In the Press: Facemasks

We’re very lucky to have received some brilliant press features recently. From The Evening Standard to The Telegraph and Marie Claire, being recognised as a sustainable brand that’s making a difference has been a wonderful opportunity to share our brand’s message and our cause. Read on to find out more about our recent press highlights.

The Evening Standard - Fashionable face masks: designers are pivoting their businesses to produce stylish protective gear

With a new era ushering in a need for protection, there’s no wonder that Lyst found a 496% surge in searches for face masks. The Evening Standard featured us as one of the brands producing face masks during these tricky times, recognising that for every pack that’s purchased, we donate a pack to the Katherine Low Settlement. Read the full story here.

Woman & Home- Best reusable face masks: these super stylish picks are still in stock

Naming us as one of the companies “going above and beyond to help others,” Woman & Home featured us in their line-up of brands making reusable and washable masks to keep people safe during the global pandemic. Get the full scoop here.

The Telegraph- The most stylish face masks to buy now

We were one of 22 brands featured in The Telegraph’s line-up of the most stylish face masks and were recognised for the charitable element of our face masks, too. Read more here.

You Magazine- Where to buy face masks: 15 reusable, washable designs to choose from

Included as one of the brands making it easier than ever to stay covered up, You Magazine featured our triple-layered cotton face masks in their line-up of the best face masks to buy now. Check out the full article here.

Marie Claire- Where to buy reusable fabric face masks right now

“Face masks are now becoming the norm” according to Marie Claire, and we’re thrilled to have been featured in their roundup of 15 brands offering reusable face masks for protection when out and about. While our 100% cotton face masks are not medical grade, they do protect our customers from touching their face when out and about. Read morehere.Where to buy face masks: 15 reusable, washable designs to choose from.

Drapers- Are face masks the new must-have fashion accessory?

According to Drapers, “as the coronavirus pandemic has transformed almost every aspect of our daily lives, more and more fashion businesses are adding masks to their offers.” And we’re delighted to have been featured in their roundup of the best face masks to buy now. Get the full lowdownhere.

ITV's This Morning

Our 100% cotton face masks were featured on ITV's This Morning, shown to viewers by Lisa Snowdon who talked through our designs and the purpose behind our masks.

BBC Radio London - Jo Good Show

Tune in at 1 hour 06 mins to hear our founder Isobel speak to Jo Good about our 100% cotton face masks and the purpose behind us making them.

And to find out more, check out our full list of recent press features.

A note on our 100% cotton face masks

We decided to make 100% cotton face masks during these uncertain times as we felt it would become necessary for face masks to be worn when out and about. And we also knew that producing face masks in light, friendly fabrics that could be worn everyday and reused would be beneficial for those wearing them as well as our planet.

That’s why we now have a range of seven different designs which can be bought in packs of 3 for £20-£25. Using triple-layered cotton with elastic ear loops to ensure they stay in place, our face masks are washable and come in a cotton bag for easy storage. Each mask also has an antibacterial finish.

And for each pack of face masks purchased, we donate a pack to the Katherine Low Settlement in Battersea which will benefit the most vulnerable. They face a much greater challenge than ever during these uncertain times, so we are pleased to be contributing to a great cause. Read more over on our blog or purchase a pack of face masks here.